Shibusa Serving Board - Made from Recylced Chopsticks
Shibusa Serving Board - Made from Recylced Chopsticks
Shibusa Serving Board - Made from Recylced Chopsticks
Shibusa Serving Board - Made from Recylced Chopsticks
Shibusa Serving Board - Made from Recylced Chopsticks
Shibusa Serving Board - Made from Recylced Chopsticks

Shibusa Serving Board - Made from Recylced Chopsticks

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Clean lines and an elegant grain make this 100% reclaimed wood tray a beautiful canvas for charcuterie, crusty bread or any other light bite you want to deliver in style. Created using 900 recycled chopsticks.
  • 10.5" x 11" x 0.5"

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About Newly

Five guys (no just five dudes, not the burger joint) started this company with a mission to make high-quality home goods and preserve the environment at the same time. They figured it made no sense to deplete Earth’s limited resources just to churn out products that are going to end up in the landfill, and we happen to agree! That's why each of Newly's high quality, beautiful home goods is made from 100% recycled materials. From recycled glass cups to water bottle blend blankets and reclaimed wood cutting boards, Newly's got all the eco-friendly home goods you could dream up! And as a B Corp, a public benefit corporation, and a member of 1% for the Planet, they're certified to be doing good in just about every way!

 

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Newly recommends shipping your package through a traceable shipping method like FedEx or UPS, or USPS with a Delivery Confirmation. Customers are responsible for the cost of shipping an item back to them. The original cost (if any) of shipping an item to you is non-refundable. Once your return is received, a refund will be issued to your credit card within one billing cycle.